A new GAO report looks at internal controls at the SEC.
The bill would make changes to a type of tax-exempt bond.
The bill comes as victims of the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing seek $1.67 billion from Iran.
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“I think we can get there,” Lew said at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
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U.S. regulators will meet with their European counterparts on Monday for talks.
The court is weighing the “personal benefit” test for insider trading cases.
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Rep. Scott Peters faces a competitive reelection race.
The U.S. has the fifth-least competitive system in the OECD, the Tax Foundation said.
The pair faces charges of committing wire fraud in a $3.5 billion currency deal.
Cotton warned that U.S. dealings with Iran could inspire other nations to "capture and detain...
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said, "We have made the case that this is the best time to do it."
Rep. Scott Garrett chairs a powerful panel overseeing Wall Street.
The scam involved call centers near Mumbai where people pretended to be IRS workers.
Jobless claims dropped to a nearly 43-year low.
Frustration peaked Wednesday over perceived inaction on setting standards for broker-dealer...
The firm admitted to falsifying a metric used to measure success in attracting new business.
Hiring has slowed as the labor market tightens.
Both House and Senate lawmakers are urging more scrutiny.
The new regs are aimed at curbing corporate inversions.
The $67 trillion asset management industry is about to face a major set new of regs.